Biology: Unit 2 Test Study Guide (Chapter 4-6) Chapter 4
|Biology: Unit 2 Test Study Guide (Chapter 4-6)
An Eggs-periment, p. 213
Why is an egg used as a model of the cell?
Need to Know Box, p. 217
Observing Cell Activity, p. 219
Use notes and Need to Know Box on p. 220 to compare/contrast hyper, hypo, and isotonic solutions.
What is a solution? Identify solute & solvent.
Essay: Compartments, p. 224
ID and describe the function of bolded cellular organelles/structures.
A Cell Model, p. 226
What is an indicator?
Review Need to Know Box, p. 228
What is evidence that sugar & starch did or did not diffuse across cell membrane?
Why didn’t starch diffuse across cell membrane?
Explain how the dialysis tubing was used as a model for the cell membrane.
Essay: Membranes, p. 231
What are the characteristics of the cell membrane?
What is it composed of?
Essay: Molecular Movement, p. 233
Use your reading guide I passed out for this essay to prepare for the test.
Circulatory System, p. 237
Essay: Disposing of Wastes, p. 241
What is the function of the kidneys?
How do the kidneys filter waste?
Review the picture of the nephron on p. 243.
What is a diuretic?
Essay: Homeostasis, p. 257
What is homeostasis?
Use the notes we took in class to compare physiological and behavioral responses.
Give an example of a reflex.
Essay: Careful Coordination, p 261
Use the reading guide we completed together in class to make flashcards of this content (if you have not already)
Review the reinforcement homework on feedback mechanisms.
Essay: The Breath of Life, p. 269
Review the reinforcement handout you completed for homework to review how oxygen from the air makes its way to your cells and how carbon dioxide released from your cells reaches the atmosphere.
pH is Everywhere, p. 278
Review Need to Know Box about pH, p. 278
Review Need to Know Box about buffers, p. 283
Do all organisms contain buffers? Nonliving things?
Pushing the Limits, p. 294
List some minor and severe stressors that can affect the body.
Triage, p. 299
You will not be required to memorize the glossary of vital signs, however, you will be asked to triage a patient GIVEN the normal, serious, and critical range of vital signs.
What is the difference between hypothermia & hyperthermia?
Essay: Avoiding Disruptions, p. 310
Review the notes we took in class.
Need to Know Box, p. 316
When would you administer a vaccine vs. an antibiotic?
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